Choosing greatness is a daily ritual. Every morning we have a choice to rise up to the challenge or to procrastinate.
My wife, April Hatton, shares her story about how she has been pursuing her dreams to make an impact in San Francisco with her passion for dance. She is partnering with Project Dance to put on the first San Francisco Project Dance event.
We all have dreams and desires that sometimes seem much larger than anything we can accomplish on our own. Learn how April rises up to the challenge to put Project Dance San Francisco, and how choosing greatness is the key to her persistence.
In this episode
- We have two new guests on the show, April Hatton (my wife) and Jose Anaya (my good friend)
- We hear about April’s journey toward her dreams
- What is required to make dreams reality
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Samuel Hatton is the full-time marketing guy at Endsight – San Francisco Bay Area’s premium locally sourced computer technology support. He’s a multi-talented creative, natural encourager, and is full of courageous ideas.
Weston Pokorny is a free-lance business technology consultant. People call him when they are faced with major projects they just can't get organized around. He's a master organizer, people connector, and is full of courageous compassion.